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MEDICAL negligence solicitors have emerged as the first lawyer victims of Lord Irvine’s legal aid reforms. All but the 90 firms which have solicitors on specialist medical negligence panels will be prohibited from undertaking legal aided medical negligence cases under Lord Irvine’s reform blueprint. The plan, to be implemented this summer, is likely to lead […]

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Gray's Inn Chambers takes on new senior clerk and new name

MILTON Grundy’s Gray’s Inn Chambers has appointed a senior clerk and adopted a new name. Senior clerk Chris Broom, formerly Anthony Scrivener QC’s first junior clerk at 2-3 Gray’s Inn Square, joined the chambers last month, shortly after its name changed to Gray’s Inn Tax Chambers. Broom was selected from more than 100 applicants to […]

Ex NHS trust chief to head Wilberforce

Shaun Pye reports Wilberforce chambers has appointed the former chief executive of an NHS trust to be its first chambers director. Suzanne Cosgrave, who starts on 1 April, will be responsible for the overall management of chambers including the clerks. Senior clerk Roy Beazley retires from the chancery set, which has 29 tenants, at the […]

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